'Blood and Water' Season 2: Release date, spoilers and all about Netflix drama
Mysteries lurk about in a swirl of secrets in an all new season of 'Blood and Water'
Netflix's South African teen crime drama television series is all set to return for a brand-new season. Season 2 of 'Blood and Water' is back and fans are properly thrilled about it. The show which released its first season last year soon gained a cult following with viewers loving the mystery and confusion.
The Netflix series follows a girl who transfers to an elite school when she suspects one of the students may be her sister, who was abducted as a baby. What follows is a buried chest of lies, secrets and teen drama. Here's everything you need to know about Season 2 of 'Blood and Water'
Netflix has confirmed that the second season of the series will premiere on September 24, 2021.
How to watch
'Blood and Water' will stream exclusively on Netflix.
The series revolves around Puleng, a high school girl whose sister Phumelele was kidnapped as part of a human trafficking network shortly after birth. One day, Puleng was invited to a party of Fikile Bhele, a popular athlete studying at Parkhurst College, a prestigious school at Cape Town. After Wade, a new acquaintance points out their resemblance, Puleng starts to suspect that Fikile is Phumelele. She has lived in the shadow of her sister all her life so she decides to get to the bottom of things. She transfers to the elite school to investigate. While solving the puzzle, Puleng discovers that the mystery of her missing sister is not the only secret that her friends and family keep.
'Blood and Water' Season 1 ended with a cliffhanger. Puleng has finally revealed to Fikile that she is her long-lost sister. The revelation is hard to accept and needs to be seen how Fikile will react to this news. Besides the long-lost sisters, the question of the central characters' complicated love affairs will be explored. Wendy also dropped a huge bomb by the end of the first season, revealing a teacher-student affair to local media. According to Netflix, "In the second season, we will see Puleng and Fikile deal with the consequences of their explosive confrontation as more mystery and drama unfolds."
Amamkele Lithemba Qamata is a South African actress. She is known for her roles as Buhle Ndaba in the Mzansi Magic series 'Gomora' and Puleng Khumalo in the Netflix series 'Blood & Water'.
'Blood & Water' is this 19-year-old actor's first major role. She stars as Fikile Bhele.
Gail Mabalane is a South African actress, model, media socialite, businesswoman and singer. She is most notable for acting roles on South African television series 'The Wild', and recently starred in the tele-novel series, 'The Road', which airs on Mzansi Magic every weeknight. She stars as as Thandeka Khumalo.
This 20-year-old actor is making his big break on the Netflix series. He plays Karabo Molapo on 'Blood and Water'.
Greef is a 25-year-old actor and musician who made his on-screen debut in 2012. He stars as Chris Ackerman on 'Blood and Water.
Dillon Windvogel is an actor, known for 'Blood & Water', 'Bhai's Cafe', and 'Arendsvlei'. He stars as Wade Daniels.
Cindy Mahlangu is known for the Netflix show, 'Kings of Jo'burg'. She stars as Zama in 'Blood & Water'.
Natasha Thahane is known for 'Kedibone', 'Blood & Water' and 'Lockdown'. She stars as Wendy Dlamini.
The series is written by Nosipho Dumisa-Ngoasheng, Travis Taute and directed by Nosipho Dumisa-Ngoasheng, Daryne Joshua and Travis Taute. Bradley Joshua, Benjamin Overmeyer, Nosipho Dumisa-Ngoasheng, Daryne Joshua and Travis Taute serve as executive producers.
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